Throughout the postseason, Jimmy Butler has been the Miami Heat's star player.
Actually, he has been their motivator for the past four years, but even if "Playoff Jimmy" tries to deny it, everyone knows he is unique.
The Boston Celtics were defeated by the team in Game 3 by a score of 128-102, but it is now obvious that this team is much more than just its star.
Miami is now up 3-0 in the Eastern Conference Finals. After three quarters of Sunday's game, they were up 30 points.
In both the regular season and postseason, Boston's top two scorers combined for 26 points on 35 attempts.
They made just 1 of 14 three-point attempts, bringing their series total from beyond the arc to a pitiful 7 of 40 (17.5%).
The overall defensive vigor in the series has kept Boston to 107.7 points per game. It scored 115.5 in the first two rounds of the playoffs and 117.9 in the regular season.